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The Senate's dream of forcing President Obama to sign off on Keystone XL is dead.
How President Obama can turn the veto into a political asset.
President Obama warned Congress not to jeopardize a nuclear deal with Iran.
President Obama has vetoed fewer bills than any U.S. president since Garfield — but that's about to change.
The White House has finally taken an explicit position on Keystone XL legislation.
President Obama is ready for a fight with congressional Republicans.
By Cindy Carcamo, Los Angeles Times TUCSON, Ariz. — In a victory hailed by gay rights advocates, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have bolstered a business owner’s right to refuse ...
Washington (AFP) – President Barack Obama appears to have prevailed, for now, in a campaign to stop Congress from imposing new sanctions on Iran he fears could derail nuclear diplomacy. Several Democratic senators who previously ...
Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) — Just what is Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas thinking? At the new United Nations session, he has announced, the Palestinian National Authority will ask the Security Council to recognize Palestine as a ...